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Where's Karl: Running the Appalachian Trail (AT) in 47 Days

Here is that website that I had talked to a few of you about this weekend. Crazy guy that is running the AT in 47 days.





Springer Mountain Georgia
United States
34° 37' 36.12" N, 84° 11' 37.32" W
Mount Katahdin Maine
United States
45° 54' 15.84" N, 68° 55' 17.04" W
Clingmans Dome North Carolina
United States
35° 32' 60" N, 83° 30' 0" W
Roan High Knob Tennessee
United States
36° 6' 15.84" N, 82° 7' 21" W
Mount Rogers Virginia
United States
36° 39' 34.92" N, 81° 32' 40.92" W
Bear Mountain New York
United States
41° 18' 46.08" N, 74° 0' 24.12" W
Killington Peak Vermont
United States
43° 36' 16.92" N, 72° 49' 12.72" W
Mount Washington New Hampshire
United States
44° 16' 13.8" N, 71° 18' 12.24" W
Mount Greylock Massachusetts
United States
42° 38' 15.36" N, 73° 9' 58.32" W
The Pinnacle Pennsylvania
United States
40° 36' 45.72" N, 75° 54' 44.64" W
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Skate Boston: Inline Skating Roller Road Skating Festival, August 1-3, 2008

2008.08.01 6:00 pm
2008.08.03 6:00 pm
Not much available on this festival yet, but some of the Boston skaters have come down to skate Tour to Tanglewood with us, so maybe we can find a way up to see them. I wonder about the train, if it might be competitive at these gas prices? It'll be much later if I can decide to do it. I wish I could have been there last week in fact for a geek con up there. Great skaters and a great town equal tons of fun. I don't know much about Skate Boston. Anyone here been? The website is http://www.skate-boston.net but I think they're not ready for us as of this writing.


Boston, Massachusetts
United States
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Try the One Laptop Per Child OLPC XO Sugar Activity Interface Yourself Now Linux Windows

Here's a quick note in hopes of inspiring some of you to look into the One Laptop Per Child project and the XO computer for kids around the world, currently coming in at as low as $199 each ha if you give 10,000. For awhile you could spend $400 to give one and get one too, but that deal seems off at least for now.

As for trying the software on your PC, the ISO image and PDF explaining some details are here...



One Laptop per Child
P.O. Box 425087
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
United States
42° 21' 44.2692" N, 71° 5' 2.832" W
One Laptop Per Child OLPC XO Sugar Running from Bootable CD on Windows XP Notebook Computer
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